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€ 45 per night

From January to the end of June and then from mid September to just before Christmas. To see if the dates you want are normal season, click on the  link above and select the dates you are interested in.


€ 50 per night

High season starts in July and ends just before August. To see if the dates you want are high season, click on the  link above and select the dates you are interested in. 

€ 55 per night

Easter, Christmas and August. To see if the dates you want are peak season, click on the  link above and select the dates you are interested in.

Casa Pictata – Sleeps 3

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Casa Pictata has two twin beds in the room upstairs, a bed in the living room, a toilet/shower room upstairs and a fully fitted kitchen with basic cooking ingredients, kettle and toaster .
Breakfast included: fresh eggs, milk, yoghurt and honey (all from Breb when in season); fresh fruit; butter; bread; muesli; tea, coffee, fruit juice. Facilities include:  You have your own ensuite toilte/shower, hair-dryer and towels.  There is an iron, electricity plug adapters Mobile telephone. Wi-fi. Freshly laundered bedding with additional blankets .House-keeping.
Check-in: after 2pm Check-out: before 10am. If you will be arriving late, please just let us know.

Some pictures of Casa Pictata

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Casa Pictata accommodation

Casa Pictata was finished being restored in April 2014.  We booked it out for easter before it was finished in the winter and so had the smell of paint as people arrived as we finished a few days before 🙂 It is a large bright house with views out to the Gutâi Mountain. The ‘painted’ part of the house was done by a local artist who understands the styles from 100 years ago, and he says this is how they did it. Using simple designs and their fingers as paint brushes.

Twin Room

The twin room has two full size beds that have been painted in a different style to the living room. There are two large cupboards and a wardrobe for hanging cloths in.



The bed in the living room

There is a full size bed in the living room. So if there are three adults staying in the house there person who sleeps here gets there own room and the other two share the room upstairs. It also doubles as  sofa during the day.

The living/dinning room

In all traditional houses in Maramures, everything was done in one room, to save on heat. Casa Pictata is no different. This room doubles as the living room and dinning room allowing for 4/5 people to easily sit around the table for dinner to to play cards and relax.

The kitchen/dinner

The house caters for 3/4 people, but you can sit more. There is a electric oven and four gas hobs allowing you to cook a romantic dinner for two by candlelight or a feast for more. The kitchen is well stocked, with spices, pasta and rice. in fact everything you need to cook a meal minus the veg and any meat you may want. These can be bought locally from the villagers or the shops in Breb or  Ocnar Sugatag where the local market is every Thursday. The kitchen was originally a room for just keeping firewood with a dirt floor and no ceiling. Penny designed the layout using old oak beams from another house and persuaded the local carpenter to keep the original finish to the wood when building the fitted units. It’s a cosy room with views out over the garden and stream next to the land. The kitchen is just for you to use, so if you rent Casa Mica, you have the house to yourselves! The dining table seats six people and we have cutlery, plates, bowels etc also for six.

The bath room

Flush toilet ( no tradition here) and  shower with hot water all day long. Wash basin and space for towels that we provide and your own toiletries. The ceiling is a bit low in the toilet. The shower is full size but the toilet is in the eaves of the house, so if your a giant, maybe book a different house 🙂

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